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High school extra: Canisius edges Sweet Home in invitational track meet

Canisius wins ADPRO titleCanisius edged Sweet Home by four points, 106-102, to win the boys team title and the host Panthers dominated the girls meet Saturday in the ADPRO Sports Panthers Invitational track and field meet at Sweet Home.

Tiana Luton of Sweet Home doubled in the hurdles taking the 100 in 16.38 and the 400 in 1:13.36. Teammate Sadira Brown won the long jump (14-9) and triple jump (37-4).

Sophomore Desmond Nicholas’ victories in the 100 (11.16) and 200 (22.82) led Canisius to the boys team title.

Meanwhile, the home team won the boy’s title in the Pioneer Invitational, topping second-place Williamsville South, 149-101. Williamsville North bested Williamsville South, 135-119.25, in the girls scoring.

Aaron Granger led the Pioneer boys with victories in the 200 (24.49) and 400 (51.43) dashes. Devon Patterson of Williamsville South threw the shot 60-3¼ to win that event. He also won the discus with a throw of 145-6. Nick Serafin of Depew won the high jump (6-1) and long jump (21-0).

Maria Suchyna of Williamsville South won the 100 (13.66) and 200 (28.69). Pioneer got first places from Justyn Milks in the shot (36-2) and Mikala Larder won the 400 in 1:03.86.

Tareek Hannold of the host team won the 100 (11.39), 200 (22.80) and the 400 (51.37) dashes in the Falconer Track & Field Invitational on Friday night. Cory Wefing of Maple Grove doubled setting meet records in the 800 (1:57.06) and 1,600 (4:24.85).

Clarence laxers win

Clarence’s only losses was a narrow 9-7 setback at the hands of Orchard Park and to Section V power Penn Yan, 12-10.

Meanwhile, Hamburg rolls along unbeaten against Western New York opposition. The Bulldogs got four goals from Lucas Shaffer and two from Shawn Feuerstein in a 9-7 victory over Iroquois. Jim Duffy had a goal and three assists for Hamburg. Feuerstein had a pair of assists in the victory.

Ranked No. 4 in Western New York behind Timon-St. Jude, Orchard Park and St. Joe’s, Hamburg has lost only to Chantilly (Va.) and Section V teams Canandaigua and Webster Thomas.

No. 3 ranked St. Joe’s, which threw a scare into No. 1 Timon before losing, 12-11, in overtime last week, defeated Nichols, 9-5, in Monsignor Martin Association action.

No. 3 Frontier wins

Hannah Lease scored four times and had two assists and Tabitha Smith made 14 saves in goal as Frontier defeated Clarence, 13-5, in girls lacrosse. The Falcons (7-2) are ranked third in Western New York by LaxPower, with its only losses to No. 1 Lancaster and No. 2 Hamburg.

Next for Frontier is a rematch with crosstown rival Hamburg on Tuesday at Frontier.

Barrow honors postponed

Orchard Park now will honor late coach Bob Barrows before Saturday’s 11 a.m. baseball game against Jamestown. The event, in which a banner will be unveiled underneath the scoreboard on the outfield wall with the former longtime coach’s name and number, was originally scheduled Saturday but rain/wet grounds forced the event along with the Quakers’ nonleague game against Canisius to be rescheduled. Barrows devoted more than 50 years to coaching OP baseball, including 39 years as head coach (1961-2000).

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